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Anisotropic Flow in the Few Collisions Regime: Application to Bottomonia^{ †}

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## Abstract

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## 1. Introduction

## 2. Dynamics in the Few Collisions Regime

#### 2.1. Initial Condition and Evolution Equation

#### 2.2. Free Streaming

#### 2.3. Few Collisions Regime

## 3. Results and Discussion—Bottomonium Anisotropic Flow in the Few Collisions Regime

## Funding

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**Figure 1.**Elliptic flow ${v}_{2}$ and quadrangular flow ${v}_{4}$ of bottomonia as a function of transverse momentum for initial eccentricities ${\u03f5}_{2}$ equal to 0.5.

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